Thursday, May 26, 2011

Leopard Dresses Dreses - Be daring, sophisticated and fun in leopard print this winter! Forget what you think you know about this trend because it's all change on the animal print front. Gone are the days when it was reserved for the older lady trying to look younger, all hail the arrival of sophisticated and fun leopard print dresses that, chosen wisely, can suit just about anyone with the attitude to match.

Here is a quick and simple guide to wearing leopard print dresses successfully:

Petite frames
Lucky you, you can get away with just about anything! the style was made for you; choose from bodycon mini dresses, asymmetric numbers or maxi dresses with a black patent waist belt to create definition. Make sure you emphasise your small frame and create curves with leopard print dresses with nipped in waists and shoulder detailing.

Fuller figures
The leopard print chiffon dress is absolutely perfect for your shape and when teamed with either black leggings or black skinny jeans and towering black stilettos can create some serious drama without drawing attention to any problem areas.
Balance out your shape by choosing long or three quarter length sleeves on your it dress; a wide slash, scoop or boat neck will draw the eye outwards towards the shoulders and give the illusion of broader shoulders. Steer clear of one shoulder party dresses which will unbalance your body and instead make the most of your small waist and pins.
Hourglass shapes
With a shape like yours you can make just about any leopard print party dress look hot! Wear a tailored shift dress to give you support and a to-die-for silhouette or skim your curves with floaty chiffon, but make sure you nip that waist in with a gold or black patent belt.
Tall figures
If you're tall and athletic then the it body con dress is the perfect dress to emphasise your model figure but if you want to minimise your height then team a chiffon one shoulder leopard print dress with flat gladiator sandals in black or gold; this will give the illusion of curves and draw the eye towards your middle rather than towards your face and therefore your height.
Who says you can't be daring and fun when you're pregnant! Dress up that bump in roaring it, whether you choose the maxi dress or you team a floaty leopard print going out dresses with comfy leggings or maternity jeans in black, you'll pull off that enviable yummy mummy look. Leopard Dresses


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